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Train workers plan going on strike on FA Cup final day

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After train drivers launched a three-day boycott, football fans who were hoping to watch the FA Cup finals may face interruption and dashed hopes.

The union Aslef has stated that train drivers will go on strike on June 3, the day Manchester United and Manchester City compete for the trophy at Wembley in London.

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May 12 and May 31 are additional strike dates that will have an impact on 16 railway operating firms.


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